Adobe has been endeavouring for a long time to have ubiquity on mobile devices. Despite the relentless effort of its developers, marketing and public relation teams, Adobe has not succeeded to create omnipresence of Flash on mobile devices. There are many reasons for the same but a large role was played by Apple, lead by Steve Jobs. For a long time, Apple has just rejected the idea of using Flash in its mobile devices and there is no chance in the foreseeable future for Flash to be adopted by Apple. Since Apple does own a substantial chunk of the market using smart phones and tablets, Flash seems to become irrelevant on mobile devices unless Apple endorses it.
Adobe has now formally announced that Flash would no longer be a product that would cater to mobile devices. Although Flash Player 11.1 has been around for quite some time and mobile devices, other than those of Apple, are using this software, it would be the last that Adobe would roll out. The bugs, if any, would be fixed by Adobe but the company will not be developing any more Flash updates or new version of the software for mobile devices. According to the official confirmations from Mike Chambers, the lead of Adobe developer relations, Flash on mobile devices is passé.
What Adobe would be focusing on instead is HTML5 and CSS. Mike has made it public that HTML5 is the future and that most of the future video streaming and animations would be running on HTML5 and CSS3. How much of this decision is due to Apple’s reluctance and firm decision to not integrate Flash is not clear but it certainly has had a bearing.
Adobe has however tried to reassure its investors and the market at large that Flash itself would be around for traditional computers and laptops and the company would continue to develop the software. But the software would not be meant for future mobile devices, ala smart phones and tablets, and that there would not be any more upgrades or updated versions.
Flash Era is coming to an end, simply put. We have found a way to stream web clips of teens loving huge cocks without the use of flash! It's all HTML5, baby. And what's even better - if your browser doesn't support HTML5 (you would have to use very old PC!) you will still get flash player!